Your success happens on your own pace, be loyal to your timeline.
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Speaker 1 (00:00):
So one of the things I’ve learned is that it’s totally okay to set your own timeline and of success. See, like, I like a lot of times I’ve seen people literally not become successful for no other reason. They follow other people’s timelines and other times other people’s timelines, many times they’re superficial. They’re not based upon facts. They’re basic, they’re there many times, not based upon your particular situation. So it’s okay to, to set your own timeline of success, you know, in the end let’s face it. Not everybody wants success at the exact same time. Is it the exact same pace and at the exact same fervor? Uh it’s okay. That your time or timeline to success is a longer one. You know, there’s some people that want to have it now immediate quickly in their line of success. Timeframe is a lot shorter, but you know what?
Speaker 1 (00:48):
That doesn’t mean. That’s the right thing. Uh, I found out over many years of working with people that have become successful is that some people literally like to take their time and some people have things going on in life. I mean, let’s face it. It’s nice to say, okay, let’s just clear our calendar. Let’s clear our schedule. Let’s shut everything down. Let’s do nothing, but what needs to be done to get to those next levels? I also know that’s like not reality, you know, I know that’s not always possible. So it is because of all those reasons, because there are outside circumstances that potentially can get in the way, uh, it’s your own goals. It’s your own dreams, it’s your own desires and it should be your own timeline. So in the end, when somebody asks you, what is your timeline to success? My suggestion to you is truly tell them your timeline of success, but here’s the key thing about it being loyal to it. I mean, being loyal to your timeline, if you say you’re going to get it done in a certain amount of time, get it done in a certain amount of time. It’s okay with just it’s okay. To kind of fluctuate it’s it’s okay to sometimes go outside the borders, but ultimately make sure that you cross the finish line of your timeline of success.
Speaker 2 (02:10):